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The maker of Marlboro took out a full-page ad saying its New Year's resolution is to 'give up cigarettes'

International tobacco giant Philip Morris International has said its 2018 New Year's resolution is to "give up cigarettes." The firm ran full-page adverts in several UK newspapers claiming it aims to help people quit and to replace traditional cigarettes with smoke-free alternatives. The firm said it will seek government approval to include information on quitting and on switching in cigarette packets.
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